It's not that difficult for a character in a work to jump to conclusions. They might believe that they're a certain trope, that a different character is a certain trope, or at least that a certain trope is happening around them. But it turns out that they are very much wrong. And unfortunately, it will often take them until the end of the story to realize their mistake.
Prior to the events in this comic, Cueball has evidently told Megan that he made an assumption about something. Megan starts to respond with a takeoff on the modern proverb: "When you assume, you make an ass out of you and me. However, when Megan evokes the proverb in the modified form "You know what happens when you assume", Cueball astutely points out that her phrasing itself is hypocritical in that it makes the assumption that he knows what happens when you assume. Megan stops to ponder Cueball's point, to which Cueball responds " Check and Mate ": a common phrase originating from chess — suggesting triumph or having successfully countered another person's argument to which there can be no retort. In part, Cueball's response demonstrates that, in life, we make assumptions almost every time we speak.
A few days ago, as I sat writing in my living room, my TV, which was playing in the background while I worked, caught my attention. A local news station was on and a male newscaster was interviewing a young boy who looked to be about 10 years old. The boy was being questioned about a large, local party he had recently attended. Yet, one particular question caught my ear. Let me rephrase that, I was instantly offended and infuriated.
No reservations. Nothing held back. So it should surprise no one that we look to her as our model. Our first and best example of how to follow Jesus.